I am finally getting around to starting up my blog post. I thought I would use this blogging as means to follow what and where my camera takes me. Today's post is about chasing ice on Lake Superior's north shore. Recently, I had the pleasure of traveling and shooting with two very good friends, Rick House and Bob Bruce. Both are exceptional photographers. I will have to find a means to link to their websites on SmugMug. We spent a couple days north of Duluth photographing the ice piles near the shoreline. As this feature photograph shows, our timing was perfect for capturing shots of the moon rise over Lake Superior. To further enhance the images, we chose to shoot this moon rise with the iconic Split Rock Lighthouse featured prominently in the scene. The image above, shows the deep blue sky being reflected in the ice slabs that are piled up along the shore near McQuade Harbor. I hope you enjoy the images from this trip. To see all of the images from our trip, click on the events gallery and click again on the North Shore0315 gallery. You can also access it by clicking on recent photographs.